This chapter brings together the features of style, and the uses of metaphor, we have found during the detailed studies of extracts carried out in Part 1, so as to provide a fuller description of Dickens’s characteristic prose style than any one of Chapters 1 to 4 could accommodate. To do this, we look at a further extract chosen from each of the novels we are studying, but we also refer back to passages we have met in previous chapters.
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